At GE's Gas Power, we're pushing the boundaries of what's possible within gas power generation to help our customers achieve the right balance between power plant performance and environmental sustainability.
We have the broad experience and advanced equipment needed to reliably convert the full spectrum of liquid and gas fuels to energy, with natural gas-fueled combined cycle power plants offering one of the cleanest and most efficient methods of producing electricity from fossil fuels.
We've also combined decades of gas power technology leadership at GE with digitally-driven solutions so that our customers can take advantage of valuable insights and data to deliver innovation business outcomes.
Our world-class portfolio of gas power systems utilizes a century-long expertise and has expanded across the entire plant. It includes industry-leading gas and steam turbines, generators, heat recovery steam generators, condensers and other balance of plant equipment.
GE’s aeroderivative and heavy-duty gas turbines feature an output range from 34 MW to 571 MW, and are proven performers in a variety of applications.
GE's highly efficient and reliable steam turbines supply over 30% of the world's installed steam capacity.
We engineer and build our gas turbine generators to meet the demanding specifications that keep you on the leading edge of efficient, reliable output.
With over 100 years of boiler experience and nearly 1,300 HRSGs installed worldwide, GE is a leading HRSG OEM.
GE Gas Power’s product portfolio covers a wide range of heat exchanger products, providing options to enhance combined-cycle power plant operation and performance.
We integrate technology, experience, and people to deliver the highest value simple-cycle and combined-cycle power plants anywhere in the world.
Today, as the world is demanding aggressive action to address climate change, GE believes that the accelerated and strategic deployment of renewables and gas power can change the trajectory for climate change and gas power plays a critical role in transitioning to a cleaner energy future.